Luanda — The first vice speaker of the National Assembly, Joana Lina, said Thursday in Luanda that a sustained investment should be made to young people so that they can have prospects for cultural, political, economic and social progress.
Joana Lina, speaking at a meeting with the Angolan youth platforms promoted by the seventh commission of the National Assembly, said that investment for youth is fundamental, so that this social group cannot have limitations in cultural, political, economic, social and civic space.
To him, with technological development, there are increasingly ambivalent behaviours among youths who urge political power to find consistent answers.
He said that these behaviours, in general, are sustained by subjectivity and by a proliferation of youthful styles that one must learn as a social problem.
The official noted that the great problem of these modernities for youth is the network of contradictions allied to an identity, the product of multiple socializations, which generates social deviations and took over the societies.